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The Deceptive Continuities

The Deceptive Continuities Romesh Thapar THESE lines are being written even as election polls contradict the news reports from the constituencies and suggest powerful Rajiv 'waves', Swings' and 'whirlwinds'.. Whatever their validity, they are bound to influence the undecided, and those mobs who love to see themselves on the winning side. These polls should be prohibited before elections, as in France.

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